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Ava Incorvaia, Kenmore East High School Student

Ava Incorvaia, Kenmore East High School Student

Ava Incorvaia, Kenmore East High School Student

When you think of what an ideal Kenmore East student consists of, Ava Incorvaia is a shining example of that. She exudes blue and gold and our school is truly proud to call her a fellow Bulldog. Ava is a strong student and a role model for her peers. Ava is intelligent, compassionate, strong-willed, and well-rounded. She demonstrates versatility through participation with her academics, interpersonal relationships, and extracurricular activities. She has been a member of Kenmore East High School’s softball, field hockey, tennis, lacrosse, and ice hockey teams (the last of which, by the way, she just saw to the section varsity championship). In addition, she has been a class officer her sophomore and junior years, a coach for the Special Olympics, a member of the Human Rights Club, an officer for the National Honor Society, Tennis captain her junior and senior year, as well as a member of the Spanish Honor Society. In addition to the many extracurricular activities that she partakes in, Ava also manages to balance a part-time job as well as find time to volunteer at St. Amelia’s Church and the Human Rights club – specifically for the Sloan comfort care home for end-of-life residents. In addition, she volunteered her time for the Section VI boys playoff hockey games held at the KeyBank and Harbor Center arenas.